Obviously, the entrance to the place is unique. That being said, it is the only unique thing about the place. They have the typical souvenir fare, only a lot more of it. I really expected to see some different things here, but it was more of the same sand in a bottle, keychains with your name on them, shells, sand dollars and t-shirts. Nothing more or less than you can get at any side of the road souvenir place along hwy 59. In fact, I think it's too much. And the parking is ridiculous. If you drive a larger vehicle, you would have to park in the lot at the Purple Octopus because you may not have room to get out if you park at Souvenir City.
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